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Last Post on Wadley’s Theology

I stopped blogging at some point years ago but then I came back to it.  I think I have posts dating back to 2008 at this point.  That is quite a feat for myself.  I usually am not committed to something for any length of time. I am not sure at this point what I …

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Quarantine and Our Chicken Coop

I am going to preface this blog by saying that I am preparing to shut down Wadleys Theology for good. It has been awesome to be able to write my thoughts down to 'brandish' my ideas onto the small group of followers that I have gained through the years. I will post a final blog …

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Why the COVID-19 Political Divide?

You will need to click on the link to the article to read this one.  It does not take long.  Less than five minutes.Mr. Tuccille explains why he believes there is a need to treat rural responses differently than urban responses and why, politically, there are major disagreements on the virus as a whole. J.D. …

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Home Tracker Data for COVID-19

I have some new numbers that I thought I would pass on.  I believe these numbers support a couple of things: Social distancing and more extreme preventative measures work to stop the rapid spread of the virus A small percentage of the total population will be infected if point number 1 is followed and then …

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As a man reads, so he thinks, and other facts

This is why I have stayed away from reading news that is out of the big power houses.  IT IS ALL HOGWASH.  For those who do not know what that means (per a quick search using Bing of which I particularly fond of 'gobbledygook'): hogwash [ˈhôɡˌwôSH, ˈhäɡˌwäSH] NOUN informal nonsense. synonyms: nonsense · rubbish · balderdash · gibberish · blarney · claptrap · guff · blather · blether · rot · baloney · tripe · drivel · gobbledygook · bilge · bosh · bull · bunk · hot air · eyewash · piffle · poppycock · phooey · hooey · malarkey · twaddle · dribble · cobblers · I also …

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Being joyful and miserable, possible?

When we are sick, from an illness or disease, it is difficult to stay upbeat. I want to refrain from using the word 'positive' because that is not a condition of the heart. Being positive is a way of thinking, not a way of feeling. I will caveat that by repeating the old adage, 'as …

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Fear is contagious, so are inspiration and joy

I saw a guy who was open carrying his pistol in Walmart this morning.  That does not help anyone right now.  He looked defensive and a little angry, like a kid who is about to get bullied on the playground.  I should have talked to him and probably would have if he didn't turn to …

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